Author: Daniel Boterhoven

Web technology is evolving at an exponentially fast rate, and if you're a non-technical founder then it's understandable that you're not completely over the inner workings of your startups technology stack. However, your life and that of your team will be made significantly easier if you know a few of the fundamentals of web technology. So today, we're going to touch on some of the basic components...

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Few business owners would argue with the idea that process automation is a key factor in driving a business’ growth and sustainability. Automation of repetitive tasks, requiring little to no human intervention, can decrease ongoing business costs significantly. So, a business owner should realistically be striving to automate as much of their business as possible, while still ensuring that human intervention is only present where absolutely...

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There comes a time when all business owners begin to truly understand that to get ahead, you must become a master of delegation. Delegation not only frees up your time to focus on growing your business, but also helps maintain your sanity when the list of things you need to do each day grows. With delegation comes the need to effectively communicate, so that the person...

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A responsive website is one that inspects the device it is being viewed on and automatically adapts its layout according to the screen size. The ultimate goal of a responsive website is to give the user the best possible experience while browsing the website. Responsive websites have become more important since 2016 when statistics showed that more users are now accessing the internet using mobile devices instead of laptops...

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In any web or mobile app development project it's a critical to minimise the risk of functional or usability issues that might affect the course of the project. Early and careful planning goes a long way in ensuring the success of a project. Though frequently overlooked, wireframes can play a significant role in determining the success of a project. A wireframe is a "skeletal" blueprint of...

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We often meet with businesses and entrepreneurs who are looking to create the next big app. Their initial idea is to create a traditional app, to be downloaded and installed onto a mobile device. But when we start to walk through their requirements, we often discover that their decision to go the mobile app route is unfeasible. The problem is that apps can be built in many...

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The startup space is thriving with original and innovative new products and services. If you're looking to launch a startup of your own you will no doubt have a vision of immediate traction and customer onboarding at launch. The hard truth is that you are not the only one bringing a new idea to the table. There are hundreds of thousands of products being launched annually....

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The sharing economy is one of the many recent business trends enabled by the rise of technology and the internet. It involves the sharing of resources between individuals for a fee, such as people putting a room up on Airbnb or renting a car through RelayRides. According to The Economist, the sharing economy is worth $26 billion - and that's just the peer-to-peer transactions between individuals, not...

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Web and mobile app development projects do not always go to plan. In fact, 31.1% of software projects do not even make it to completion. Every development team is faced with many challenges throughout the course of the project. What allows the project to succeed is how they respond to these challenges. Handling situations properly has a lot to do with their level of preparedness. This article gives you...

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